Pail-Piran on Soon Valley,District Khushab,Punjab,Pakistan’sCanvas
The ‘Soon Valley’ (Urdu: [[وادئ سون)]] or Soon Sakesar is located in the northwest of Khushab District, Punjab, Pakistan. Eeastern border of Soon Valley starts from Poodhrar village and western border land mark is Sakesar. The Sakesar is the highest mountain peak in the region, 5010 feet highest peak of the Salt Range. The valley is 35 mile long and 9 mile wide.Important towns in the valley are Pail-Piran,Naushahra, Chitta, Sabhral, Khoora, Nowshera, Kufri, Anga, UGALISHARIF, Mardwal, Dhadhar, Uchali and Bagh Shams-ud-Din. Kanhatti Garden, Sodhi Garden, Da’ep and Sakesar are resorts located in the valley. The Awan tribe is settled in Soon Valley. Pail-Piran village is home to Hashmite Sadaats-descendents of Baha ud Din Zakkariyya Multani. Rajpoot Janjua resides in the villages of Katha Saghraal and Katha Misraal, on the foothill of Salt Range, outside the Soon valley.
Total villages = 31
Main villages = Padhrar, Pail-Piran, Naushahra,Ugalisharif,Mukrumi,Dhadhar, Mardwal, Kufri, Uchali, Khoora,Anga,Khabakki, kuradhi etc
Distance from Islamabad = 290 km
Distance from Sargodha = 110 km
Lakes = Ugalisharif& Uchali, Khabbaki, Jahlar, Khura Shrine=Baba Shikh Akbar din Of UgaliSharif = Roiza Mubarik Pir Khawaja Noori in Pail-Piran